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Coronavirus: advice to stop the spread. Extra restrictions are in place for Kildare, Laois and Offaly
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Poorly controlled diabetes can cause serious short and long-term health problems if not looked after properly.
The HSE NDTP has launched the call for Aspire proposals from potential supervisors for post CSCT fellowships. Successful proposals will be selected as Aspire Fellowships.
The National Crisis Management Team met this afternoon to consider the advice of NPHET that additional measures be taken in the counties of Laois, Offaly and Kildare to contain and supress recent outbreaks of Covid-19 in that region.
The new campaign encourages young adults to consider their sexual health and wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ahead of the August bank holiday, the agencies that make up the South East Regional Steering Group (An Gárda Siochána, the HSE and the five local authorities) are reminding people to follow public health advice and to stay vigilant in relation to Covid-19.
This World Hepatitis Day, Tuesday 28th July 2020, the HSE National Hepatitis C Treatment Programme is highlighting the new advancements in treatment for hepatitis C and is encouraging people who think they may have been at risk to get tested.
Dr Waqar Ali Shah passed away this morning in the Mater Hospital after contracting Covid-19.
The next meeting of the Regional Health Forum - Dublin North East will take place on Monday, 27th July, 2020 at 2:00pm in the Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Co. Meath.
A Co. Wexford based project has won a national award for its innovative method of facilitating positive social engagement amongst young adults with mental health issues.
The HSE is delighted to announce today, (Monday 20th July 2020) that the COVID Tracker Ireland app has been taken on as one of the first two open source projects by the newly established Linux Foundation Public Health initiative in a global effort to help suppress the COVID-19 pandemic.
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